Skip to comments.Hollande hails ‘revolutionary’ new lithium battery plant
Posted on 09/21/2013 1:41:09 PM PDT by Olog-hai
French President François Hollande hailed a new industrial revolution in inaugurating Friday a new lithium battery plant built by the Bolloré group, which manufactures the Bluecar made popular by Frances electric-car sharing scheme.
Earlier in the day, as he attended an environmental conference in Paris, Hollande vowed to halve energy consumption in France by 2050 and cut fossil fuels by 30% by 2030. The French president has also made electric cars a priority.
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If he can continue to drive his country’s economy into the ground, he may even be able to meet his incredible energy-consumption goals.
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It used to be that production was a virtue. Now, the virtue is anti-production.
remember that socialists love big grande projects while the masses suffer
Hollande vowed to halve energy consumption in France by 2050People living in caves don't consume much energy.
He'd be better off to be reducing Islam by that rate.
very special chems in batteries..............
And we all know how CENTRAL PLANNING turns out. Just look at how successful THE FOREIGNER and his minions have been.
Yawn. If you’ve seen one revolutionary battery claim, you’ve seen ‘em all.
I’ve examined the minimum usage in my crib and find that 4 kWh/day is the base load (refrigerator, misc., and computers/network).
Sounds about right.
The only thing their batteries are good for is powering the libs vibrators.
well there are those pesky phones...and computers...and cameras?
the researchers at the University of Illinois...who claim they have discovered a way to decrease the charge time of lithium Ion Batteries to 1 1/1000 of their current charge time.....may have discovered something worthwhile in the long run.
Gas and Oil will of course still be necessary to do the heavy lifting
Why wait until 2050?
If he really believes as he says he would artificially restrict the output of France’s power plants to 50% of current levels.
Excellent. More for us.
So true. At least, Hollande admits it.
All made possible by the French embrace of breeder reactors.
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